Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 30, 1955 · Page 9
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 9

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, December 30, 1955
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Friday;"l)«c. ·30, ls»56 IBowlGanws Saturday Starts Grid Weekend " ' B y Will Orlm»l.y THE ASSOCIATED PR The brilliant Howard (llopalong) Cassady, Ohio State's two-time all- America, .cuts loose again Saturday to 1 kick of f a . f3,000,000 week-' end of. bowl .football sure to attract more t h a n ' h a l f a million fans." Cassady, individual standout of the- 1955 college campaign, will play wiih Coach Woody Hayes'- East squad against West 'in the Shrine' game' at-San' Francisco. This is just one of four Saturday attractions, three of which will be televised, to. whet the appetite of the 'gridiron gourmet for Monday's big bowl clashed from Pasadena to M i a m i . Also on the New Year's £v. bill .are ; the Galor flowl bailie at Jacksonville, Fla., between Vandernilt and Auburji;'.the Blue-Gray game at Montgomery, .Ala.; and the .-Salad Bowl at Phoenix,"Ariz., between all-star teams'of the S k y l i n e ' a n d Border conferences. Cassady's ' presence, with the Eastern squad has -made that croup .a one touchdown -favorite over." the West in a- game which' viewed by 61,000 in Ihe flesh and untold numbers on television.' NBC 'is cai-ying the game on'its screens, starting at 5 ?.' ir.- , (EST). . - - · ' - . The Gator Bowl will be televised by CBS. Kick off is 2 p. in. with Auburn, 16 pounds .bigger lo the man i n - t h e line, a six-point choice over a swift Vanderbilt team which finished the' season slrong. .The Blues--that is', the Northerners--have been .established; a one touchdown choice over the Grays at Montgomery -where NBC ajso will televise', starling at 2:30 p. m. no national.televisioa.'or radip emanaling'frcm the Phoenix fixlurc. The four big Ijowl.ganies' Monday figure to r bring in half, a million dollars each, with the .Kose'Bowl .at Pasadena drawing the. largest . f l o c k , 100,000, -'.hut Ihe M i a m i Orange Bowl nelling'the most money, $515,000. "- : Tlie Orange." Bowl, with an Atlantic Coast-Big Seven tieup, canie up smelling sweet. The game pits · Oklahoma, the naliorial champion, against Maryland, -No. 3 in the Associated Press poll, with Oklahoma a ' s e v e n point favorite. ; .The Maryland Terrapins hope to ' avenge a 7-0.setback administered them by the Sooners two years ago in the same Orange.Bowl. CBS is _· televising at 2 p. m. r _ ^ Vengeance also is a compelling force for UCLA, a seven-point .underdog against" the Michigan State team which whipped the Bruins at Pasadena in 1954.' NBC is televising .the Rose Bowl game, .jumping fronv.tne Cotton Bowl, where Texas Christian and Mississippi''ha've a. 2 p.m. dale. The West Coast game starts at 5 p.m. (EST). Texas Christian, with great striking power in -all-America Jim Swink, rates a seven-point favorite over .Mississippi, Hie Southeastern conference which .hopes' to redeem its poof showing against Navy in the Sugar Boivl l a s t - J a n u a r y . The Sugar B t nwl came, u p ' w i t h an' inlersection'al show' involving Georgia Tech', an old bowl standby, and Pittsburgh, a big, rugged team which upset Duke and West Virginia'during the season. Tech is rated it'll point, favorite. ABC is televising.. . . . . The post-season tapers off with three other bowl games,Monday-- the.Sun at El Paso,-Tangerine at Orlando and t h e . P r a i r i e Vie* at Houston, the Senior Bowl at Mobile Jan. 7 and the Pro Bowl at Los Angeles Jan. 15. : Airc?d. Hoopsters Bop Powell, : Wyoming i Five ' .'DENVER' w --ijtiie' Northwest Community' College ; of. ·-'Powell, Wyo., .grabbed an. early, lead . txil then collapsed under Ihe' Air Force Academy's fireball attack Tliurs- day as the Falcons look a 74-52 basketball victory. " The winners scored 13 straight points after trailing 8-2 and never again were 'headed. They led at haltiime; 33-24. ' - '?" .. Bob Beckel, a forwtrd from Walla Walla, Wash.', Vired 23 points for the Air Tait*[ Bob Frame and Rob Nelion «lch had 12 for .-'Northwest. '." ' ' "' THURSDAY'S - F I G H T S · ! . HT -THE AMOCIAIED TI.ES4 LOS ANGELES --. Ycuni Jack Jotialon, 209, 1 Lai Ahfelii, 1 itoppid E r r a f r d Charles, ' 19*, Cincinnati, 6. . ' ' · ' MILWAUKEE -- YiMe Mt'rtlnei. liUi. Paltrier., N. J., knocked »-jt Pete iliwlSer. ' J J j , Colofne. - G e r m a a r , 2." : ; -· · BOSTON -- Ray Phillip*. iSHVt. Boilon. aiopp«£. Jeanny Hoye. .IMU. 'T»*D1M. *. Hungary has opened an industrial showroom in Cairo, in.'» bid for Egyptian trade. 1 N - . M E M O . R I A M KOCH . ; In "loviii'jf memory of our dear husband and father on h!e birthday, pec. 30. . ' . We are" thfnkl'nK. o( you today Kut then Ihat'e r o l h t n g new * We thought about you yesterday And the, d a y - b e f o r e that'-too. We will think r of you tomorrow And earh day through thfl year" We will think of you forever . For we lovftd you very dear. If"God had asked me. well f know 1 would have said, God a pare Ihia blowi -" v . - -: - · ; ' '. -Yes with tli.eamlnK eyes I'd say Lord we lovu him, let him atay. Srfrlly tiiiaied by his wife And children. Mnw Florence Koch, Mrry, Dotty, JoAnn and Roger, MILLEIl ,. , In memory of our mother, Lydia Miller, who paaaed away 12 years ago December 30, 1943, . Her smiling way arid glad face,. Are a pleaiure to recall; · She hid'a kindly word-for each, . And died beloved by all. · . Some "d»y "we hop lo.mett her f ' Some day we know npt when; , To' cltep h f t r ^ h t n t f in a better · ' · land"- ' " ' "· ''·''·' Never to part again. mined by her children. Underdog North Has Real Threat in Overhead Pair MONTGOMERY, Ala. IB -- A powerful platoon of unbeaten Rebels meets invading Yanks again Saturday in Ihe Blue-Gray fool- ball -game. The Blues have won only five of the past 16 battles but they've brought along an impressive squad this trip. The North won last year, 14-7. The college all-slar game will be televised and broadcast. . .One of Ihe chief .Confederate worries is likely lo be Jim Haluska of Wisconsin, kingpin in a potent Blue aerial offensive..He was .the seventh passer, in,Ihe.-MUon this son with 17 completion, for L,036 yards. · - . · And he'll have fh« uUoa'i -No. L pass receiver lo tun at ~ r cnd Harold Burnine of Bfli»oiiri;"who caught 44 passes for 59* yards and six' touchdowns. Yankee Coach Don Faiirof of Missouri also has fashioned alsto'ut ground attacX and a rock-hard'de- fensive unit. The South shouldn't have lo fake a back seat cither defensively or offensively. · . . -. .: ' Coach Paul Dielzel of LSI)'is expected lo make full use of'Ken- tucky's All-America Md, Howard Sche'nellsnberger, »hcV'"etught 20 passes for 287 yarcil'ittali^year. ' ' The Kentucky f l a n V W ' w i l l be a target for a · Gray passing combination of Bob .Hardy of Kentucky and Alabama's Bart Starr. · " · Hardy, Ihe nalion's l l t h ranking passer, completed 58 of 106 for 777 ' yards. 'Slarr, although" his learn didn't w i n ' a game, ranked 13lh with -55 ' completions for' 587 yards. ' : ' : The game will be played; under a-free^substitution rule, and pro "look over players not already'-drafted. - ' ' " Salad Bowl Teams i Take Lighl Drills : PHOENIX, Ariz, isi -- Light final- drills were scheduled Friday for the Skyline and .Border Conference nll-sttr squids that will meet here-S'aturday 1 in the. eighth linnual Salsd Boivl football game. Skyline'Coach Bob Tilchenal of Niiw Mexico sakl Thursday night after running his players through two no-contact sessions lh»t : 'he was "Quite satisfied with "their progress. ' - · '· -·· ·-· · Border 1 ' Coach Dart Devine of Arizona Tempe wasn't dis- salisfied but he had a problem!' lie 'couldn't find' a man on his s'juad-who had kicked'Off or boot-' ed conversions-regularly. So'he put out a call for volunteers and Asst. : Border Coich Sammy Baugh of Hardin-Simmooi induced two of his players to.«- c*cpt'the kicking jobs. They »r« K. Y. Owens'and Marshall »oMi'. .Each'jquad has named four'-«ft- captains. Skyline field leadiri a«« halfback Lotie' Mele of Ulia, : wd Charles Olson of/I)enver, fuSb«ek Dale Shupe of Montana and-,-«od Gary Sanders' of Colorado AM. Border co-captains are" Ed Mc- Cluskcy ; and John _ Mellekas of Arizona, Joe Waiden of West Texas and John Howie of Texas Western. - " ' ' Chrisiy Walsh Dies · ' NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif, (fl -- Death,has taken Christy. Walsh from -the-sports scene. He died at his" home Thursday night of 3 heart "attack. . . : _ The founder of a newspaper sports syndicate, Walsh, G4,vdis- tributeil articles bearing'the name of Babe Hulh, among others, and he , organized the Ail-American Football Board, composed of coaches. " , ; Rice Bowl Tilt Set TOKYO *l - Army P*«riis sturdy forward wall against a teil- sleppir.g Air Force backfl»ld;$«t- urday in 'the 'ninth Hie« -"Bowl game, which' determine, tfc« Fir East foolball championship at 1M(. The ail-star .teams include 'Ml- diers and airmen from Japan, Korea and Okinawa. Colorado Stale, after a 10-day layoff .will g o . a g a l n s l a slrong alumni, five Salurday night in a conditioning game before swinging into 1 its Rocky. Mountain' conference basketball schedule. ' ' Bear B and Frosh players will meet Trinidad junior college, in a 6 ;p.m. : preliminary. The' 'varsity- alum game, is, slated i'pr t p.m. Ben Dreith'.ra 19SO grad now on Ihe. Denver . North . .caching . staff, will again' manage the Alumni club a n d j has lined ^ u p - ' a n impressive bunch of former Bear'court greats. "Among' tho'sc intending- lo. play for the . A l u m n i 'are Earl ''Sand- sledt, '/19S1, -.and -Bob Manloothi 1955, both now leaching in Denver; Keilh Kdwards, 1955, now. coach: ing al Pierce and take graduate w o r k ' a t :c-State;.Dale Montgomery, J954, coaching at Co«-les, Kfb.; .Bob Ledford, 1949, former Allen Bradley player now coaching al' Fort Morgan; | Clyde Stewart, 1951, coaching a( Hoxie, Kan.; Cal hordes, 1 1953, -coaching it lilsiti, Neb'.; George Sage, 1955, assistant coach al College high; Harry Wise, 1951, athletic director at Trinidad junior college; Mel Hornccker, a :eammale 'of Wise, leacning in Denver;. Bob Biegel, 1853, leaching physical education in Denver. Don Doolin and Paul Lamal, the Bears' 'classy little backcourt tandem of last year/will be unable to come'..Doolin is.playing'wilh Allfin Bradley of Milwaukee, in the Na- .ibnal Industrial basketball league; [jamat is playing with ' the San Francisco Olympic club while awaiting a call lo Nnvy duly. Tat Haggerty and Jim Miller, Friday Report on Ski Conditions DENVER OB -- Despite an absence of new snow, good to excellent .ski conditions await New dear's weekend sports enthusiasts n the- stale's ,high, mountain re- sort.areas, Ihe Colorado Ski In- ormalion Cenler reported Friday. The area report: Arapahoe Basin i T 38 inch base, no .new snow f o r ' m o r e than- a 'eek. Good to very good contli- ions, . ' . .. ' (. Aspen -- Base range in depth from .3."i inches at-sundeck to,14 inches' al bottbmi with 1 to 5 inches of,a*aw:powder ahow; Icy.on lower ^l.opeV, iHit very good on upper ·'(·Berthoud 'Pass-^^'34'-inch .base, I · ioehes*'of new; in'ow. Good '. to ' jr god skiing, . but icy early Mite'during t h e . d a y . ' v ' a)MWOod Springs -- 1A inch base »t : teip : with'fair'skiing tlierej.Poor eanditions-at boltom. No new snow. tor more than 1 a week.. Loveland Basin -- 47 inch base at top, 28 inches'at-boltom with 3 inches 'of new show^ Excellent skiing i n ' U p p e r . Basin. . Steamboat · Springs -- 16 inch jase, 1 inch new powder show, fair sViing. Winter Park -- B a s e ' ranges' Tom 37. to 19 inches, no new snow. Very -good conditions; on upper ilopcs, fair to' good on · lower ilopes.. ' ;·-- ; ; j ;·'.'. Baker Mountain ---36 inch base, ikiing very good. ~ Coop'er H i l t " -- No new snow ·Jnc'e "Sunday, bill conditions .ex- 'Crahd Mesa -- Good base, some : new snow falling. ' : Hidden Valley -- 2.1 inch base at Upper Hidden Valley, 12 inches at lower elev"«ji;»T:.' · Good skiing. Monarch Pass .-- 31 inch bate, inch new snow.* Good conditions. Stoner Ski. Area'-- 32 inch.base ·t top, 15 inches at bottom, with i'inches'of new snow.-Very good o excellent conditions. '. . Jnknown May Have · Killed Charles' Hopes LOS 'AiNIGELES W ~ A com- aratiye unknown may have killed he waning hopes of veteran Kz- ard Charles to. regain the heavy weight championship, that he lost o Jersey Joe Walcott. in. 15L Young Jack Johnson, -California champ but "almost unknown ,put- ide the a (ate',- scorer! a.technical tnockoul over Charles ."it the end of I h e ' s i x t h round of theiT'sched- uled 10 Thursday night. ' ' The 28-year-old Los'Angelcs boxer cyt Charles' lip hadly in the econd round and kept the 34.-year- old Cincinnati veteran on the run until Referee Lee Grossman called a halu ' · · - · : It was only, t h e ' f i f t h time that Charles had been stopped in his Jl-fight career.-, . ^ THUBSDAY'S HOCKEV BT THE ASSOCIATED fBC N A T I O N A L LEAGUE , - IMtroll 4, - Ballon 3. - Moatreal S,- Toronto 2. Chlctgo I. New York 2. INTE«NATIONAt, LEAGUE Ctnelmut! 7,- Fort Wxyn« (. EXHIBITION SpoV^M Flytn 5. D*ny«r ), AUTO GLASS New, and Used for ALL CARS and; TRUCKS BLACKIES N«w and Auio Partii 312 Eleventh Avc. Phone 1324 :e aliiras, will .officiate. Ed Flint,: another ilumn, \vas also contacted about 'officiating .the game, but h6 is working the Salad Bowl grid game.' ; . ., .The.Btir varsity has been further juggled,-with a pair of lie.shiri'jn and a pair of-juniora replacing Don Scheid, Ralph' Jordan, Jerry Clem-. ens .and Tom White. j ' V i ^ : ' ; ' T h e freshman were two of the brightest prep stars in the jtale last season:'6-2 George Crigler of Denver'Korth-'and 6-2.Bob,Lucas of Denvcrr Manual. B e r n i e ' J u s t u s , ' 6 0 , of Macomb, 111. and Larry Brandly, 6-1, of Ster- Tatum Thinks McDonald, May Re Diference . MIAMT, Fla. ifl --the hard preparatory work is over and Coach Jim Tatiim of . Maryland ··illll thinks Ihe' difference in Monday's Orange Bowl game could be the exlra speed of halfback Tommy McDonald of Oklahoma. He said Friday he came lo lhal conclusion poring over movies of Oklahoma's regular season garrfcs and hadn'l changed his mind after putting his . squad through stiff drills this week. · McDonald, 170-pound .Oklahoma left halfback froni Albuquerque, N. M., scored 16-.touchdowns And averaged. 6.8 yards rushing.'.He also completed 17 of 24 passes for 265. yards. Analyzed Tatum: "If our team ' played perfect football, all the players did their best and we didn't make too many mistakes like .tumbles or-intercepted passes, and Oklahoma did Ihe same -- McDonald mighl be the difference,.. "That; s t e p ' h e - h a s on everyone on the field can creak up a ball game." " ' . Maryland has a. fine halfback,' loo, in Ed Vereb, who has scored the same number of touchdowns as McDonald, but he doesn't have the speed, ;said Tatum. . : Tatum alsb'had some advice for those who harbor the thought. that Oklahoma, the leading rushing team in s tbe nation as well as No. 1 .in. the 'Associated Press poll, may rip Maryland apart. · : . ''They're not. going "to run over us..I-don't'think : any team could." Maryland was the; stingiest, in in giving~'ground against rushing ..and,' wai- voled "'third. -in the poll. '·Wilkinson voiced respect for that too. Only times past 31 games has Maryen" scored" on twice, "^and ' defense, in the land bei three times only twice in theT'piut 40. . i.. . ' . . - ' . ,.,;" The teams met in" the 1954 Orange Bowl and Oklahoma won, 7-0. DU Flick-Club Suffers Defear .DENVER'(* r^ Once behind anrt twice tiedv. Ihe'isenii-pro Spokane Flyeri'finished' strong t o ' ' h a n d Denver University - its fourth straight ice hockey defeat Thursday night,; 5-3. V ·' i "j : . T h e - t e a m s meet again Friday nighl. . . . The Pioneers opened with a revamped lineup and moved ahead at 2-0 o n ' g o a l s by Barry Sharp and Bill Nixon. Spokane knotted it on tallies by Frank' Kuhasek and Don McDougald, and with IT seconds left in', the first period Ton. Hodges put.lhe Flyers ahead. After' Denver lied Ihe count on Bruce Dicksdh'g goal, Ihe Flyers Look charge ,,on Gino Rozzini's blast at;8:42 of the second'period. Gary Sfar'addcd a clinching goal ale in .the f i n a l ' p e r i o d . The Flyer goalie, John Sofiqk, had 31 saves and Denver's -Djh Whyle 39. . . ' : , · · l i n k , are ithe juniors permiinenliy Joining the 'varsity. · Other:'varsity;insnibers; t-C'G'al- en Bowles, 6-4 Diclc Daugherly,- «- 4 Bob Tucker, 6 ; 0 Fred Diehi, «·! Frank Kinney, 6-5-Dick- Dorn, 6-3 Roger Hynek, 5-9 Irving Brown, 5-10 Bill Schradcr, 6 0 Man William and 5-9.Bill Wright. \ Ihcluded.Con. the, Bear B learn will be Curt West lot Aurora, Jim Gleason '.of .White, Ridge, . Corky Vchen of Aurora, Bob -Schott of Sterling,.'.Wellington Williams of Denver Manual, Merle-RjliiTls oi Lafayette and -Bill Huston ' of Evans. '-'' f . , - . ' . : Wise's Trinidad club is sparked by Glenn Haney, 5-fharpshooler who led Wiso's Cheyenne Wells team to' two 'st'ato Class B championships. .Haney is averaging 15.6 per'game. Howard Roth, 6-2, from Holyoke and Bill Drake, 5-11, from Laporte are averaging 10. Jerry Ahnstedt,. 6-2; Eloy Mares, J-ll jumping jack and the^take-charge Buy; and Chuck Birmingham, 6-2, another good', jumper," are-other Trinidad standouts. |. .Spoils in Briej 1 out trf 11 ov«r Tony Tuber! DB £3TM '"'"'' bt " lnl "" ClnclnniUin, FOOTRALL HAMILTON, bnl. _ Jim Trimble. 'fln'd cgach the'JUm H!| FOUE Leal RACING .. M I A M I -s l r a E a h l vrfnie r t u d l n x .Brcxzi f e a t u r e , lo tun 41C. , Tifu-cili ot Clrudi'i" ll!* Ilirijck nxlf ' four «t Tropical Pjrk, En. Warrior. . ($1.701 la llw '· ilbi-le'idlnc UUI 10 hi. Babe Beating Pneumonia GALVESTON li) --' Bate; Zahar j'-ho'ln primarily rushing" learns'- pia/i Sudden Dealer layoff tot Favored, by Oklahoma And Maryland Coaches M I A M I , Fla./fl -- The idea of a ! sudden dealh" playoff In the event the Orange Bowl football itruggle between Oklahoma and Haryland ends in a'deadlock was brought tip Thursday--and immediately rejected by' both .coaches. Some experts feel that. a.draw-- ilthough no.t ^necessarily' a score- ess one-is a di'slincl possibilily fecause of .the rocky defenses of iolh these unbeaten giants. The coaches, appearing o'n the itage at (he 1 annual Orange'Bowl Kickoff Luncheon, were asked how they fell about a playoff. '.'If we tie," said Oklahoma's Bud Wilkinson, "I would be happy to .stop rigiit'-lhere." .: "If we can score as much Oklahoma, ;;we'll 'bi- satisfied,' echoed -"Maryland's ' Jim ' Tatum "I'll gladly settle for a tie." Two years ago, .when the teams met in the Orange Bowl under similar circumstances, a slashing de tensive duel developed, broken only . by : I.ary Grigg's 26-yard touchdown run that gave Oklahoma '' 7-0. decision. : - . - ; · - . · ' · Maryland then was the national champion and O k l a h o m a - was ranked No. 3 in The Associated Press poll. This year, Oklahoma ]olds_fhc national crown and Maryand 'is No. ^3. ""-"-' ~'"' "-'" ~ : -Tolum gambled oh injuries by ordering a full-scale scrimmage Thursday and in the early going "ullback' Fred Hamilton' was cnocke'd 'out. * "At first, we'thought he just had he wind knocked out of him," Trainer Duke Wyre said, "but he was,slow coming around and it ooks like he may have some iruised ribs." ' Similar injuries caused Hamil- on to miss some action during the -CfiUlsr season. He was converted rom halfback at the start of the year when Tom Selep, a' senior on whjch Talum had counlerl f o r - t h e ullback posi; 'was eliminated by a knee injury on the first day of practice. . ' ' : I f , Hamillon is unable .to go against Oklahoma," another, 'converted halfback, sophomore Phil 'erlo, will move up. W i l k i n s o n , - w h o has ordered no icrimmage at all in Miami work- otils, called for only lighl praclice Thursday. He "said Ihe drills had been satisfactory and all hands are in good shape. ' . ; Neither Oklahoma nor Maryland, las, Ihe nalion's most renowriaii w;oman-..athlete,''is winning her latest bout -- this time against pneumonia, : attendants at John Sealy Hospital said Thursday.: 'Flown .'back ' here from Fort Worth where she was stricken while on a holiday visit, the Babe a l e ' heartily and was reported^ feeling "much better. · .-.; Mrs. Zaharias has been under? going X-ray treatment], for paini in .b»r hip "and leg. . A meadow'mouse c o n s u m e s , i t s own weight in food every 24 hours, gibbon and gorilla. to throw more than a few passes during the game,-according ic the coaches. 1 "If we had good passers and good receivers, we : would pass more/' Wilkinson s a i d . "But this year I don't feel that we're enuipped for it." Tatum said the split-T allack used by bolh teams "is belter designed for running and ball conlrol Iban passing." : There are four types of greal apes; orangulan, chimpanzee, PARAKEETS · Ml £ CANARY SIMEftS Suppli** F o r . . . . . ' Birds, Cats, D^» r Fi»h ANKRSOI SEE! COMPAIY To Involve Your Futtife 'K'.atyeORDON A«ltlittJ Prut Stiff W r H w . .The arriounl of taxes yo'u'll pay 3 Colorado in future'years is In- olved indirectly'in some thl'njti which will-.come 'before 'the leg- i s l a t u r e " ' n e x t - m o n t h . . ' . - ' . . . " . -. "For the ;mos't, part, arguments iboul ; them woii't slress. the.dbt- ars potentially · Involved--they'll emphasize 'stale policy.. .These proposals, will precipitate nore~speclacular' fights than 'the iclual money measures and' many of. them "are of first rate 'importance." . . ' ; ' . · . . - . ' . ~ ; . . ' . " ' . , .Some 'are proposed 'constitutions! amendments, .which .the lawmak- prs can" act upon of "their dvvr' volition, Others are proposed jaw; on topics which must be listed for them by .Gov. . J o h n s o n ' w i t h i n 10 days- after the session starts.. Here are -. some o f . Ihe initjor ibssibililles: · .- · A HIGHWAY T U N N E L .This represents/a ;deterniincd'ef- 'ort by Colorado, to stay on the main easl-west travel routes. Gov. Johnson wants this more t h a n any single thing. . . ' . The United · Stales is working jut a system, of super-roads to be mown ^ as interstate, highways. In he fulu'rc, .they'll carry mcisl of he cross-country traffic; U/S.'87 ,'ill be one. So will, the diagonal from Julesburg to Denver. But none is planned through Colorado nountains.- ' . '. ' . : . New Mexico will have one east- vest--U. S. 66. .So will Wyoming-- J.S..30. Uliless Colorado matches hese routes 'we'll soon be by- lasscd. .They have low-elevalioii a l h s . through the Continental Di- ·iele. We don'l; so Ihe only way o match them is to dig a tunnel. Then; perhaps, we can get «n in- efslate road to Ihe west.' Tunnels are tremendously ex- lensive.- The Legislature has voted L 16 million dollar toll, bond issue' ml has pledged highway revenues o assure its payment. Now the question is where to put ..tunnel. Lawmakers want it lo crve uplh U. S. 6 and U. S, 40. lie Highway Commission will meet Jan. -10 to make recommendations. Gov. Johnson fears they von't. be' .conclusive, and has hrealened lo withhold them if hey aren't and call a special session later-i Thc-LeglHalurc nns the power to decide the. tunnel site. A no-hom-barred scrap may develop... .The tunnel ..'cost compared with 'qver-the-top.- improvements will be a factor. S o . w i l l . l o c a jealousies.. - .. ^ ' ' OLD AGi PENSIONS ',,,;'1./..'. *As social security payments-in ·rea'se ' a n d ' sale's (ax 'collection' 'rife,- Colorado' bld'ajje pehsiSh'i''are getting bigger.' They're Jn's nia'x! miim this month arid may reach $165 'within a' quarler'-centiiry. ·',-' Legislators hard-pressed "rfor fimqVfpr .other 'state .-needs-'constantly- eye : this "money.V They can't touch It because K per cent of,sales and liquor taxes arc-earmarked for pensions .'In the Con- slilulion. However,' : they can'.write a constitutional amendment and put it up to the people' in No- 'erhber, ~ -"., v ~ " ", '"' In the past, voters have turned down proposals to reslrict 'pensions and have dealt mercilessly with ome · advocates of the ; ichemea; Almost-a year ago, Gov.'Johnon named a commission. heade(l y Sen. Robert Knous (D-Denver) 0 look inlo the old age problem. There arc h i n t s ' I t ' i s deadlocked,' except perhaps on a health plan. Rep. Palmer Burch (R-Denvcr) s ready with an amendment say"8 any '.money deducted from pensions because of social security 3r outside income shall go into' he stale general fund. This year 1 would have transferred 9'/i mil- Ion dollars. Olher plans also may e introduced. " , It's doubtful Ihe Legislature will iul anyniajor pension amendment on the ballol al Ihis time. .The wo-lhirds majorities 1 required In louse 'and Senate Jusl don'l seem n sighl. in an election year. S E V E R A N C E TAX In effect, Colorado already has a severance tax on oil and n a t u r a l ' gas extracted in |he stale. Technically, it's a graduated income ax on - gross production. The argest oil producer, Ihe California' "o., is ' c h a l l e n g i n g , ils legality, .eaders want 'to p'a'ss a- cons.litu- ional amendment giving specific minority for a severance tax 16 i new one can be adopted quick- ly f the courts fiti'd · the present tax invalid. ..(r-p - \:fi .·:[.;':·?' I. 1 Counties wilh'.;oi( "production : insist ··:the-' 'amendment - Include ' * g'uaruijct;'tb'at''property, lax' from oi| firms',will- 'cohtimie'.':.-Tncre is argument' whether "a.'5'per cent celling' should be p u t ' , on ·"any severance lax'. There is a question whether olher'r'esourcei should be Included -- 'notably, u r a n i u m ' a r i d molybdenum. Probably they won't. ; ,Voter»' once ·' turned · 'down ; »' severance lax'on oil, but" thai was before : It' 1 , became ·; a'' 100".' million do!lar t a year industry in .the stale.' OIL 'AND CAS CONSERVATION ·-·The Sfa|e. Supreme Court {has declared unconstitutional '·;a law giving ,the- Oil and .Gas Conservation Commission authority .lo regulate oil production · arid force re- injection- of 'gas' into 'fields','.The commission -says' the power 'is" necessary to- prevent waste of resources and that it will mean 'millions of'dollars in f u t u r e - t a x e s . A'.lew law seems-'assured. ' ; · ; : MOTOR' V.CHiCLi ' LAWS ' . . ; Everyone, wants to '. increase nighway safely, but nobody knows u s t ! "what laws to enact. More trlngenl rules-on suspension and revocation of drivers' licenses are ikely. Sr .is a law. requiring blood ilcbhol .tests .of 1 all-, motorists sus- lectid] of . d r u n k driving. - ' . - . . ·AY RAISES' . , . . ' · Slate workers want more money. "hey ; cite .increased living costs nd say ihe slate is-.losing many mployes to . Ihe federal govefn- nent, which pays' better. County fficlals also want pay raises. Gov. ohnson would prefer to' wait a ·ear but' Is expected lo put state ay hikes and « 40-hour work week or institution employes.up to the awniakers. HOUSEHOLD GOODS TAX \ A constitutional amendment may « placed oh the ballot to eliminate ?.?...'·.*_: on_househ'nW . fijthlshings, 'hich housewives .detest and fhich officials say - brings. in lit- le revenue. A complex , amend- icnt including this was, turned own by the people in 1954, pbs- Ibly because they didn't umler- land it. If an amendment is en- cUd, a n u i s a n c e ' w i l l be''ended ut the lax on. your ihouse--prpb- bly. w i l l , g o - up abo'ul',ai much s you save by, elimlniliori of'the ax on household 'goods. ' ' '" IT AT I TERMS : . . A 4-year lerm for stale .odicials r)ENVER' W %.fhe...g6VernofT commission' on estate' 'fcorganlza- lion . Thursday ;. debated .possible .consfitutiohal.. changes 'in -" fjjjfe Civil Service,- to be recomraeUfcd to :the.: teglslature.'- ; ··'«:·!'-: tt ·-'.George Sauride l rs,'cn'air'm'an; re- 1 ported" a t - n o o n : ! h e .commisiton was far from -an ·aErdemcnl Stk thi Civir'ServicSt ; CommUsibn fen possible changes. 1 He..said'most recommendations .may have -to : be pcslponcd td.l9o7. :/; ·;': · · · · - . · ' ·On'e:'p'roposal wouid",tako,.ili.uch ' of .the power away- fro'm the 'Civil Service' Commission 1 on 'thc : 'n{ak- ing of rules and place it irt r '5ie hands .of 'the : ' ; Legislature. 1 lincfcr ' this .suggestion,'; merit . s y s t e ' m ' icy largely would be laid ' law. " -' ' TANGIER , C B T e . . , : S . ' ; n - sulale said 30-year-old' Shcppard T.; King III, divorced husban^'of " ' o Egyptian belly" dancer. ' Sahjia Carnal,, and. Moha Jphns6h,'.33^in t merican citiienr'"were married '' Vednesday.' '·. · ; ';·'· · . .''·''. 60 M O B I I N - C E T VICTOi S« tht new taoderm Victor M4'i*g · TODAYI Vklcr k eaiy K. Vklor fji s another likely conslUulipnal ameridment.."Vptcrs' 'approved 4- year lerms for counly officials last eleclion but tiirn'ed th'eni 'down'jor stale officers. .:. ·. ...-..· LIQUOR.uiotlLfcTliSN: :.N _ ^ . - . ?V*a;-might·"brealT^out"= if;*, rhov is.made to iibefaiize"lh?"cpae~ s * :holel-beinK b'lilld In'Denver ca get i 'license. The ; trouble If tfi hotel Is within soo feet of a school Denver -' Univerjily's downtown campus. ".:''":' - . . · RIA'KAGit ·- " · ".' "· . Several lawmakers' are.incensed over a .District: Court, ruling, that he..stale should' give back nearly «00,000 fo two horseracinj! tracks. rhcy.;may pass a law requiring hat all this Vbreak«ge"-from race wliich r tHey~thoug"lii. the law In- ended in the first-place. It could jpcn iip a drive against all p»ri- ·nutuel ,waKeririj. "Breakage" - i s he odd cents left-over after win- ling wagers arc paid to' the riea'r- ! sl dime. ' · ' ' ' " . , ' ' NO LESISLATION. . ... : Lillje or no legislation is ex- *cled on (ruck (axes--a' hot sub'- ecl for several years. Mosl folks' want 'to 1 give the present law a 'ear to operate before alleinpt- ng any .repairs. Aljo, there is title .probability n f s n y major leg- slativi action on water--a prob; '.m Gov. Johnson rales as one of he mosl serious facing Ihe s(a,le. Aviation Writer Dies-i- . NEW YORK'- Howard"L. Minos, 64, aviation writer;''former ' dilor : o£-- the .Aircraft Yearp^ik : nd al the lime of his death..edi- or · of the " American Swediih lonllily, died Thursday..!:'. .;;,; \OTltu OK A . V X L ' A L - ' M H B T U b T h e . a n n u m m e e t l n r of Hie utrxik- · olderft or the Lower I^thatn'.IteK- r r o i r Cgmi)Any..vlll b o - h e l d at 111* own J l M l l - l n Kersey, Colorado; S»l- - " raay forenoon, January H, : l D 5 G a l he hour or 10:30 'A.' M.' for Itio-jiJr- ofce of cleclliiK two v r l i r c c t o r K - f o r ' l e . o n a n i n s year, 1 levying'an a^seas--' · ' e n t and I r a n a a c t l n R *aucli -btljer . unlncss as may proncrly comtf'-'te i ore iatd -niflettni:..::-i - - ;- .. U. J. Mclkef, Sicy. fc 5 :c: Jo, 1955,-Jam 6, ; 19a«. - - i *5o VOTIUK OK A\XUAI, MKUria The a n n u a l m e c t i n E of Hit Ensak- old.era of tho l^wer Lalhani U i t r h oiniiany ivlll be heltl at (lie'Tou-n all In - K e r s e y , C6ior.-irI6,: K a t u r d a y f t o r n o o n , J a n u a r y H, 1956, aU'Eh« our of. 1130 V. I. for the purposa^of . c _'ifl"5..tvo..illrrctir« . f o r tnc?-'*n, .. imp;, year, lavying an asaeashacnt · nrl tranaacllht; auch' o t h e r b n a l n e n a s may properly coma before' r Fiild ebllllg. . . - , ,\ . .-; : E. J. Melbol. Secy. ' cc, 30, 1945. J«n. I. U5S. ' . - ' OT1CE OP. KIXAI, .SUVi'I.EMEVT IK I k r CoBailr Court, in rroblTi TATB'oF'cOLpItADO." f '''!* o n n t y or \Velil-: .. . )"' ,-'il I n lh«_ _i:jtale or ALBKMT G. ; Kotlco In'hercby given t h n t onHlia Otli tiny of January, 1956. I %^IK resent lo the County "Cou'rtfiof 'cM County,-Colorado,'iny acuounls or f l n n l arlllemcrit of the aclnitn- a t r a l i o n of e a i d - c h l a l c , whcn"'Anrt- -here all p e r a o n a In I n t o r e f a t - . m a y ppear nnr3-object lo thcm, ! If they o ; d e s i r e . . . . . ' .-s . Admlnlalralor. o ( ' c a l d - estate. Miller and rilna'cf ' " ,-1 Attorneys at TAW" -. · ' · ' ' : l f i ' lit UoroiiKiWUuHdlna- ' Cretlf.y," Colorado.:·· :/-',='/' i',--, .. ' D«c. .SO, 195.. Jan..f.- IS, .10, .19^5. - --' S'OTICK OF FlJTAlj flETTliKMF.S In Ike Co.«l), Im Prok.l'e . ; Xo.,7330 STATE OF 'COLOnADp,. O - '·?· .* Counlv it. IVeld ' ' "}**'., 'a ' n the' Eslltf'ol -VOXA J. - . . , , . . . . Notice la hereby g l v o n ' l h u L on.lhe 23rcl day ot .Innnary, 195G, l : t t - i l l ireacnt/ to . t h e ,Coui^ty.^ Courts nf S'old Co'nnty, Colorado, my accbunta or f i r m ] l e t t l e m e n t 'of t h e - a d m l i i a t r a t l b n 1 'or "said e.ilnle, whnri.^rid v h e r e all iieraons I n . i n t e r e s t "rnay ppear and object lo. them. If 't\\ttr n r t V a t r e . . - , - ' . · . . - . . A d m l n l a t r A l o r or said estate. l o n t c h e n a fc Honlchens. ; j . - ... T .lorneyx at I.nw __ _ _ ; _ - ' n n e y ~!!uiiu1nef : " '~ : -.---"=.-- --ti''-''' reeley, Colorado. ' ' . ' c. 3«. 1065, Jan. 6, 18, 20, 13S!. Order. RUSCO .. Comblnatjjfh' "Storm Law Dalian Co. 2219 9th St . Ph. 1588 ; START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT · Con*olidat* Your WITH'A LOW-COST LOAN FROM KINNEY LOAN and FINANCE.... MIM means .,... "Money in Minutes". . .... See the Old Year Out and the New Year CAMRELP HOTEL fa) ROOFTI DINE IN THE SHADOW OF CANDLELIGHT TIL 1 A.M. Sat Night, Dec. 31st - ' · Everything Good . i, Mgr.

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